JACKSON, Miss.–Most of the rain in the morning hours of Halloween has been and will be concentrated north of Hwy. 82, but by trick-or-treat time, the northern two thirds of the state was expected to be wet, with the possibility for some rough stuff.
Meteorologist Joanne Culin, with the National Weather Service, said some rain could be heavy.
“We are expecting a line of showers and embedded storms moving into the area from Louisiana. The main time from would be about noon for the western portions, the Jackson area from 3 to 8 p.m. and the western part of the state in the evening,” she said.
Culin said the atmosphere is right for damaging winds and the possibility of tornadoes.